MOM: If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times. NO MILK DUDS!
LITTLE BOY: You said I could have whatever I wanted. I want Milk Duds.
MOM: They stick to your teeth. You can have Skittles.
LITTLE BOY: I hate Skittles.
MOM: Then how about Butterfinger?
LITTLE BOY: No.
MOM: Okay, forget it! You get nothing, do you hear me? NOTHING!
LITTLE BOY: You're mean!
MOM: We're going home!
LITTLE BOY: Okay, I'll take the Skittles.
MAN: This movie got great reviews. Two thumbs up.
WOMAN: That’s funny. I read that it was a real snooze fest.
TEEN GIRL ONE: Josh is going to meet us in the balcony.
TEEN GIRL TWO: Omigod! You’re mom is gonna kill you.
TEEN GIRL ONE: Not if she doesn’t find out.
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN ONE: I don’t care what they say. The Musical is not dead. Explain “Chicago,” “High School Musical,” “Hairspray.”
MIDDLE AGE WOMAN TWO: I can’t. But don’t tell me John Travolta in drag is a box office draw.
BOY ONE: I’ve seen this movie six times.
BOY TWO: Don’t tell me how it ends.
BOY ONE: The guy dies.
BOY TWO: Shut Up!
OLD MAN: Twenty dollars for popcorn and soda. What’s the world coming to?
OLD WOMAN: Nobody said you had to buy snacks.
OLD MAN: Are you crazy? You can’t go to the movies without popcorn. It’s sacrilegious.
OLD WOMAN: Well, at least we got the senior discount.